Artists and scientists tend to live and work in very different worlds. In major cities across three continents the question is being asked: “Is there something to be gained in our understanding of humankind by encouraging scientists and artists to share their ideas?”
This series of salons brings guest artists, Puget Sound faculty members, and others together on the free Third Thursday of each month at Tacoma Art Museum or on campus. Events usually run from 6 to 8 p.m., with food, mingling, conversation, and more.
6 p.m.: Food, drinks, and mingling
6:30 p.m.: Presentation and Q&A
7:30 p.m.: More mingling
The next Art+Sci event will be held TONIGHT, January 19th at the Norton Clapp Theater at University of Puget Sound from 6pm to 8pm.
When there's no more electricity, and multiple population destroying events, how do human memories get preserved? Set month after the disaster, and then seven years and seventy five years later, Anne Washburn's Mr. Burns: A Post Electric Play is both a comedy and then a ritual tragedy about a community preserving itself with the most unlikely of stories.